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Mar 15, 2013 11:00pm EDT
what paul ryan proposed a few days ago. so that is a big difference. it made it easier for him to balance the budget by having lower levels of defense spending. would've been almost impossible to balance the budget over 10 years. >> what about what was put forth by senate democrats and house members? the increases that he wants or about $600 over 10 years. democrats want an increase and i'm sure republicans way for democrats to figure out where they are. democrats are talking about getting rid of tax breaks and taxes. limiting the values of certain tax breaks. that is what they are talking about right now. they want to get rid of the tax breaks and get rid of them. >> the paul ryan plan a party takes into account these rates approved by congress. >> yes, that is right. about $600 billion in new taxes over 10 years. it helps to balance the budget. >> any surprises from the senate budget committee markup yesterday? >> well, a little surprised that she was able to hold the line. ten republicans and democrats on the committee. but she could not afford to use a single one. she had b
Mar 13, 2013 11:00pm EDT
, madam chair. the president hasn't even proposed this. the house budget chairman, paul ryan has been able to create a budget blueprint. i presume that the majority has stated it will soon give us a blueprint. it is quite remarkable that the president has yet to submit a budget even though the law requires that by february 4. the facts are that during the past four years, the federal debt has increased in the debt will increase by another $9 trillion over the next 10 years. protein levels where economists agree that it will cause of slower economic growth we never get a definition for fairness and balance. sadly there is no economic growth will only come through a bigger and more intrusive government. the problem is that raising taxes only creates problems in the case of small business, for 70% where new jobs are created. the higher taxes are robbing the unemployed. the government it supports does not create economic growth or self-sustaining jobs. press reports indicate that the budget resolution will be presented by the budget chair will increase taxes by $1 billion. and it will come fro
Mar 12, 2013 11:00pm EDT
unworkable. >> host: paul ryan writes in today's "wall street journal" opinion section about his budget that is going to win there later this morning, including his idea that the assumption of the affordable care act is repealed and his idea for medicare and medicaid. we will be covering the news conference here on c-span at 10:30 a.m. eastern time. so tune in then. saint augustine florida, but warning. go ahead, question or comment. >> caller: okay, i don't understand how anybody can rationalize asking the government to do anything more than it's doing. they can't pay for what it's supposed to be doing now. it is saying it has to tax us more to get more revenue by adding all these people to the role, of course it is going to cost more money. i like many of the republicans feel the 100% will become 90, will become 80 and the states will be hung out to dry. >> host: cbo says aca is a deficit reducer, confusing that those facts as usual. >> guest: that's the point they like to hammer home that it's reject it to actually reduce deficit and that is again by putting downward pressure on prog
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